Setting up TCP/IP on LAN
Posted on 2000-02-16
I need some advice on how to setup my network.
I have a Cisco 2600 Router, a MAC FILE SERVER, a MAIL/WEB SERVER and about 40 MAC and PC WORKSTATIONS.
Our T1 provider has given us 8 routable IP addresses to use.
Using TCP/IP and only 8 routable IP addresses how do I setup my 40 workstations on the LAN so that they can access both the FILE
SERVER and MAIL/WEB SERVER.
I'm guessing I need to use the routable addresses on the ROUTER, and MAIL/WEB SERVER and non-routable IP addresses on the MAC
FILE SERVER and WORKSTATIONS, but I don't know how to do this. I'm not sure what addresses to use for the non-routable IP's so that
they work with the routable IP's.
Do I need any additional hardware to make this work?
Thank You In advance.